Ecuador Indian Tribes

Caraway, Ñucanchi Yarina, Otavalo´s Indian Tribe Dance, Otavalo Indianer Tanz, Otavalo

This is a dance of entreaty, in which a group of dancers goes from door to door asking parents to le This is a dance of entreaty, in which a group of dancers goes from door to door asking parents to let their marriageable daughters come with them. While they are asking, the dancers receive gifts, food, and drink. For more information contact us e-mail: werneraubele@gmail.com DVD Distribution, and footage This is a 9 video clips series it could be distribute in a DVD (Digital Versatile Disk) 63 minute length. Length: 00:06:00

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Inside Story Americas - Native Indian tribes facing 'extinction'?

Ecuador's Sarayaku tribe is just one of many indigenous groups in the region fighting governments an Ecuador's Sarayaku tribe is just one of many indigenous groups in the region fighting governments and energy companies keen on exploiting their resource-rich land. Can their interests ever come first? Guests: Peter Hakim, Kevin Koenig, Greg Palast. Length: 00:18:39

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Oh Ja Ja, Ñucanchi Yarina, Otavalo´s Indian Tribe Dance, Otavalo Indianer Tanz, Otavalo

This dance is performed at large community celebrations. The dancers wear costumes of animal skins f This dance is performed at large community celebrations. The dancers wear costumes of animal skins from the mountain region like alpaca, vicuña, guanaco, and llama that their ancestors used. Wearing sheepskins and diablo huma (devil-head) masks, dance in homage to hills and mountains. For more information contact us e-mail: werneraubele@gmail.com DVD Distribution, and footage This is a series of 9 video clips of dance and customs of the otavalo´s indian tribe. It could be distribute in a DVD (Digital Versatile Disk) 63 minute length. Length: 00:04:37

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Antonio's Indian Tribe - "New Sunrise Kindergarten" - Ecuador

In this presentation, Antonio Jose shows us how he has developed his social skills in such a marvelo In this presentation, Antonio Jose shows us how he has developed his social skills in such a marvelous way thru the extraordinary help of the SON RISE PROGRAM. He handled all the input that being on stage involves brilliantly (the audience, the lights, the volume of the music, the change of clothes between each play, etc.) WE WANT TO DEDICATE THIS VIDEO TO: BEARS AND SAMAHRIA KAUFMAN , WILLIAM HOGAN, AARON DELAND, CAROLINA KAISER, BECKY SCRIVEN, CAMILA TITONE, JACK MASON-GOODALL, KATRINA KRAMLICH , KIM KORPADY, JULIET TEMOURIAN and all the wonderful staff at the Autism Center of America. Length: 00:03:05

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"Living with Kichwa indians in the jungle" Thrudur's photos around Tena, Ecuador (kichwa tribe)

Preview of Thrudur's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: www.travelpod.com This blog preview Preview of Thrudur's blog at TravelPod. Read the full blog here: www.travelpod.com This blog preview was made by TravelPod using the TripAdvisor™ TripWow slideshow creator. Learn more about these videos: www.travelpod.com Length: 00:01:58

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Ecuador wants money not to drill in Amazon - 27 Oct 09

Ecuador's president is in London this week to promote a unique proposal: pay his country around $4 b Ecuador's president is in London this week to promote a unique proposal: pay his country around $4 billion not to drill for oil in a pristine Amazon reserve. Germany and Spain have expressed interest in Rafael Correa's idea, which environmentalists say could set a precedent in the fight against global warming by lowering the high cost to poor countries of going green. Correa is scheduled to meet with British MPs on Wednesday to discuss the proposal and plans to travel to Canada, France, Sweden, Belgium and the United States in November. Old idea The June 2008 deadline for this proposal to save Yasuní has been extended, but time is running out and the oil companies are poised, ready to drill. "This is the first time the government of a major oil-producing country has voluntarily offered to forego lucrative oil extraction in order to help combat climate change," said Matt Finer, a staff scientist for Save America's Forests and author of a study on Correa's initiative. But Correa's idea is two years old and he has yet to receive a firm cash commitment. Under the plan, rich countries would pay Ecuador at least half the revenues that the 850 million barrels of heavy crude oil estimated to be in Ecuador's remote Yasuni National Park would be expected to generate over the next 10 years - or about $4 billion. Ecuador says not drilling for the oil would keep 410 million metric tons of carbon dioxide from entering the atmosphere, a figure that has caught the attention of green ... Length: 00:02:27

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Angels (from the movie: End Of The Spear)

"End of the Spear" is the story of the Indian Mincayani, part of the very violent Waodani tribe in the jungles of Ecuador. Motto of this strain is: kill the spear or you will be slain by the spear. One day in 1956 five missionaries slain by the Waodani. This appears to be turning point in their lives, such that at some point they will seek peace with the Indian tribes who once were their rivals. And cap it among their descendants in the inclusion of the slain missionary Nate Saint, whose son Steve, now grown to maturity, the Waodani is to visit to see how the final hours of his father expired. Jungle Films LLC all rights reserved. Length: 00:00:44

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Ecuador: The Tribes vs. Chevron-Texaco

More at www.linktv.org (Latin Pulse: October 27, 2009) Thousands of people representing Ecuador's in More at www.linktv.org (Latin Pulse: October 27, 2009) Thousands of people representing Ecuador's indigenous tribes are suing Chevron-Texaco over the pools of toxic wastewater the company left behind. Following Chevron-Texaco's 30 years of profit from indigenous lands and resources, the tribes are seeking 27.3 billion dollars from the California-based corporation for the clean-up. We talk with Joe Berlinger about his new film on the case, Crude, and with Amazon Watch about the worst environmental disaster since Chernobyl. But Chevron-Texaco is not the only problem for the indigenous communities of Ecuador; the native population is taking to the streets, demanding a seat at the negotiating table with the government in order to contest other proposed developments on their territories. Length: 00:21:33

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Orissa India Tribal Part 1 of 2 By L. Wilson 12/10/2011

ORISSA INDIA TRIBAL PEOPLES This is part 1 of 2 See Orissa India Tribal Part 2 of 2 By L. Wilson 12/ ORISSA INDIA TRIBAL PEOPLES This is part 1 of 2 See Orissa India Tribal Part 2 of 2 By L. Wilson 12/10/2011 www.youtube.com Also See My Photos picasaweb.google.com The movie is a trip into the tribal area of India. A place not many tourists go, not even Indian tourists. Its like a walk through the pages of National Geographic ORISSA INDIA TRIBAL PEOPLES OVER A MILLION STRONG This Video Is A Visit To The Tribal Area Of Orissa India 12/10/2010 Of The 62 Tribes In India This Movie Visits A Handful Of Villages And Markets In 11 Days. It Is Concentrated Around The Towns Of Jeypore, Rayagada, Belgara and Koraput. The Tribal People Pictured Are The Kutia Kondh, Dogaria Kondh, Bonda, Gadaba and the Bada Paraja Two Of Us Travelled By Car From Bhubaneswar The Capital Of Orissa. With Us Was A Guide And A Driver.A Few Times We Had To Hire A local Guide Who Spoke the Languages And Was Familiar With The Tribes Customs Background Music Was Recorded At Tribal Festivals In This Area ENJOY Thank You For Watching Lou Wilson Cameras Used Canon G10 & Sony A33 Edited In iMovie Length: 00:11:14

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